ACE had a Super Sunday after tipping USPGA winner Jason Day at 14-1 and seeing places for Justin Rose 20-1, Dustin Johnston 16-1 and Brooks Koepka 45-1.

His 100-1 shot Robert Streb finished 10th and was one shot outside a pay-out. Five of six selections finishing in the top 10 of a Major is top tipping.

Here's Ace's thoughts for the golfing week ahead.

He says: It’s back to normal golf with the European Tour returning to the Himmerland Golf and Spa Resort for the Made in Denmark tournament. Defending champion Marc Warren returns returns from the USPGA to defend his win here last year.

I watched Matthew Fitzpatrick push Danny Willett in the Omega European Masters a few weeks ago in Switzerland to finish second and he looks a good player. The 20-year-old only turned pro last year and has four top-10 finishes. He is 7th in driving accuracy and GIR on the Tour and maybe his putts per round (30.8) could be better but his game will suit the Himmerland.

I also like the look of Kristoffer Broberg. The Swede has had three top-15 finishes in his last five tourneys. He has a driving accuracy of 64.6% and GIR of 71.2% and looks to be coming good in the last half of the season.

Broberg finished 28th here last year but had two bad rounds of 75 and hopefully will improve this week and is worth a small each- way wager.

Scotland's defending champion Marc Warren is a massive favourite at 10-1 but he played all four rounds at Whistling Straits and he he fares could depend on his recovery time. Hardly any of the field qualified for the final Major of the season so Warren's at a disadvantage on that front.

Over in the States the Wyndham Championship is the conclusion to the PGA Tour season. It’s the final chance to qualify for the Fed-Ex play-offs and a lot of the players will be chasing that goal. Rain cannot be ruled out this weekend and if it does the aggressive players could be the ones to follow here.

I have to pick Koepka after his superb finish in the USPGA. He had a bad start with a 73 but then improved his score every round, finishing with a 66. He had his seventh straight top 25 with three in the top 10. Such has been his rise in the rankings he's tournament favourites and this could be his second PGA this year.

Billy Horschel has stats for driving accuracy of 63.79% and GIR of 69.78% and putts per round of 29.6%. He hasn’t won since the BMW Championship followed by the Tour Championship in September last year but has shown some return to form recently. Small each-way bet looks okay.

Paul Casey had three rounds of 70 and was looking really good before a disappointing 74 in the final round of the PGA dropped him down the leaderboard. Fifth in GIR with 71.44% and driving accuracy of 63.12%. Would love to see Paul win again this season as he’s a talented player and should be in the mix at most tournaments.

Recommended Bets

Fitzpatrick 2pts ew (20-1, Betfred, Ladbrokes)
Broberg 1pt ew (25-1, bet365, Ladbrokes)
Koepka 2pts ew (16-1, BetVictor, Paddy Power)
Billy Horschel 1pt ew (28-1, Paddy Power, BetVictor)
Paul Casey 1pt ew (35-1, bet365)

Ace Venturer

  1. Paul Durcan 5 years ago

    Well done Ace that was some nice tipping last week, I feel like Justin Thomas is going to break through and win soon and when he does i fancy him to be one of the top golfers for a while, he has raw talent like Spieth and Mcilroy. at 25/1 he is def worth a punt. good luck everyone

  2. HullShaker 5 years ago

    Koepka at 17/1 e/w for me Ace/Mr F – knocking at the door and playing some excellent golf this year. Certainly has the power and short game getting better and better.

    Little e/w outside bet on Luke Donald at 50/1.

    Good luck

    • Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      HullShaker, I’m going to have a better look tomorrow but thinking about Schneiderjans ew at a big price in the States. I like Fitzpatrick in Denmark.

  3. Paul Durcan 5 years ago

    Scneiderjans ? Mr fixit who is he ?is he in the Wyndham?

    • Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Paul, yeah – Ollie was top amateur at The Open then turned pro. Was best amateur in the world last year and is tipped for the top.

  4. HullShaker 5 years ago

    Schneiderjans one hell of a talent and team working with him have massive pedigree…definately one to watch in next 12 months…might have a go e/w now haha

    • Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      HullShaker, he was on fire before the USPGA and as you say one to watch. Maybe too early for him to win but worth a small each way. Goodnight.

  5. Paul Durcan 5 years ago

    is he from the

  6. Heisenberg 5 years ago

    I was on Day 14/1 last week

    This week im on Snedeker 16/1 & Grace 22/1

  7. StevenRG 5 years ago

    Marc Warren played all 4 rounds of USPGA last year too and then arrived in Denmark and won so I wouldn’t really give that much credence. He is a short price but when on form he is a deserving favourite in this field and should go close.

  8. malkster 5 years ago

    So chuffed Jason Day of the real nice guys in and my brother had him at start of year at 33s for USPGA also speith at prices ranging from 33s to 50s all 4 majors..we will never see those prices again..but we did win a small fortune..will need to bet them to win in majors from now on..or look for value elsewhere..well done Mr F..and Ace too.

  9. malkster 5 years ago

    Winners this week are..Denmark kjeldsen to win..J.carllson r.karllsson and knappe top 20..

    Wyndham..kaymer Rogers knox berger

    Web…kizzire Gribble allred li wright

  10. nalazus 5 years ago

    Ive gone for a couple of quid ew singles & an ew dbl on Matthew Fitzpatrick 20’s and Ollie Sneiderjans 80’s.
    Watched Fitzpatrick play like an old pro in Omega Swiss and just missed winning by 1 shot to Danny Willet.
    Havent seen much of Sneiderjans,but what i have seen & heard is this boy has the talent of Tiger Woods at that age.
    Both these ‘kids’ will be a force to reckon with in years to come,hopefully starting this weekend :)

  11. Craig 5 years ago

    I agree about Fitzpatrick if he can shave 2/3 putts per round of his average he will not be far away so on him at 20/1
    Also agree with the 1st comment that Justin Thomas is a winner in the waiting got 30/1 in shop at Betfred.

    Snedeker and Simpson should be big players this week too.

  12. Donald Priest 5 years ago

    Daft ew double
    Colsaerts 50/1
    Horschel 28/1
    Good luck all.

  13. Barnsleylad 5 years ago

    Had a fiver on koepka to win 14-1 gl.

  14. Oxyuris 5 years ago

    Agree with the Schneiderjans discussion above, but I’m not certain he’s ready for a win yet. However the 6/1 paddypower are offering for a top 10 finish looks very good value.

  15. leecunliffe 5 years ago

    3 for me this week

    Brandt snedeker 16/1 I backed him bout 4 weeks ago as he getting back to form and saw him sink a great putt last hole on Sunday for steady round

    Webb Simpson 25/1 this is purely a horses for courses tip, won here in past and always plays well here

    Justin Thomas 28/1 if he ends season without a win I’ll be shocked, he is there or there abouts and one Sunday this season he will do what day did and break his duck

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